We are seeking! Newsletter Editor

We are currently looking for a person to lead the preparation of newsletters for the 3DForEcoTech COST Action (four per year).

This role will largely involve requesting, compiling and editing articles. A commercial company will be responsible for the design and dissemination. This editorial role is an excellent opportunity to become involved in all the activities of our COST Action and to network with a membership across Europe. We particularly encourage early-career researchers to apply.

Please send a short CV and motivation (max. half page) to 3dforecotech@gmail.com and markus.eichhorn@ucc.ie by 14 March.

Looking forward to hearing from you!


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Technologies-Biodiversity-Modelling Aim & ObjectivesThe increasing rates of changes in environmental conditions put higher pressure on science to provide robust estimates of future ecosystem development. We need robust approaches to measure the current state, understand the processes and then accurately predict the development of forest ecosystems. In this view, the members of three COST Actions (3DForEcoTech,...

Working Group 2 – Data Fusion Systematic literature review of data fusion for lidar Duration: 4-6 weeks.  Timing: February-March 2023.  Location: Leiden, the Netherlands Total estimated grant: between 3000-4000 euros depending on the duration and travelling expenses Description: This Short Term Scientific Mission is an important part of the WG2 (data fusion) activities. During this...

16.06.2022 8:30-9:30 Morning presentations of Working Group leaders 9:30-10:30 Separate WG meetings 10:30-11:00 Coffee break 11:00-12:30 Separate WG meetings 12:30-14:00 Lunch 14:00-15:30 Walk and talk session and Core group meeting afterwards After lunch, we will have a “walk and talk session“, where we will walk together with the opportunity to have a fruitful discussion with colleagues...

Part of our first in-person 3DForEcoTech meeting in Prague will be a workshop day (15.06.2022). It is full of exciting talks. The whole workshop will be streamed, so if you want to watch it live, please register below, and we will deliver the streaming link to your e-mail on the day of the workshop. Register HERE....

Open call - The deadline for applications is 8th May.

Aim & Objectives: Novel terrestrial-based technologies play an important part in monitoring forest ecosystems. Such technologies have experienced a fast development in recent years. Within this summer school we will introduce the theory, practical work and analysis of 3D terrestrial-based sensors. This includes various types of terrestrial laser scanning, mobile laser scanning, as well as...